WBC heavyweight champion of the world Deontay Wilder is known to have one of the most unorthodox styles in boxing but as the fight gets closer many are asking how will he land one of his trademark bombs on Tyson Fury after this.
Fury has been vocal ahead of December 1st’s fight in LA in that he believes Wilder will not be able to land one of his big punches on him.
It’s very obvious really what both men’s game plans will be at this point.
Fury will look to evade, box and score a decision and Wilder will look to close the show inside the distance with one of his bombs.
Here’s the video that’s got people talking at the moment:
— EditinKing Boxing ? (@EditinKing) November 7, 2018
It is important to note that Deontay could be putting out the above very purposefully too – to lull Fury into a false sense of security as it were.
That said, it has given ammunition for many fans to slaughter his technique:
He is awful. He has to think about moving his feet and when he thinks about it he can’t think about throwing shots. And when he throws shots he can’t move his feet ??
— Damien Griffiths (@AccipiterGriff) November 7, 2018
— Steven Carr (@stevecarr1976) November 7, 2018
Fury is a technically brilliant boxer. Unless Wilder catches him flush (which I doubt), I’m unsure how you think Wilder wins? Certainly won’t be on points
— Roundhill Associates (@RoundhillAssoc) November 7, 2018
The pad man isn’t the best tbf, but yeah this is bad.
— Premium Boxing Tips (@TipsBoxingMoney) November 7, 2018
The pad man is Wilders trainier ?
— Samuel Scheitner (@SamuelScheitner) November 7, 2018
If he wins, this'll be the highlight reel.. pic.twitter.com/oNEqdJgfN3
— Craig Harrison (@Dscaper) November 7, 2018
Exactly. I was waiting for someone to say that. Pad man looks like he’s filling in for someone else at it’s his first day
— Not Your Regular IC3 (@Bet_On_Carts) November 7, 2018